Lina Cisco's Bird Egg bean

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This tan and maroon speckled bean was brought to Missouri by covered wagon in the 1880s by the grandmother of Lina Cisco‚??one of the six original members of Seed Savers Exchange. An unbelievably aromatic and plump bean, its skin splits open to reveal a creamy, almost potato-like texture. Lina Cisco‚??s Bird Egg bean is equally delicious boiled, seasoned and topped with cornbread as it is roasted, salted and served as an appetizer. The maroon and tan markings are muted when coo

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Highwater Farms

  Shelton, WA

We are a small farm on ten acres in the beautiful Skokomish River Valley. We are dedicated to sustainable, organic agricultural practices, building the soil and stewarding the land and our native biodiversity. 100% of our varieties are heirloom, open-pollinated, and GMO-free. (more...)


Heritage Grove Farm

  Madison, MN

We are a small CSA. Our produce is also sold at farmers markets in Montevideo and Marshall. We grow a wide variety of Heirloom vegetables and fruits. Our orchard has old apple varieties like Fireside, Sweet Sixteen and many more. Eggs are available all year round.(more...)


Harvest Thyme CSA

  fortville, IN

Harvest Thyme CSA is based out of Hancock County, Indiana. We are offering CSA shares for the 2009 growing season. We enjoy growing heirloom varieties of plants. (more...)


Genuine Faux Farm

  Tripoli, IA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

The Genuine Faux Farm started its Farm Share CSA in 2005. Our produce is Certified Organic by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and we are committed to sustainable farming methods. There are 120 share slots available with two size options during the regular 20 week season (June-Oct). (more...)


Fat Blossom Farm

  Allegan, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We at Fat Blossom Farm are committed to sustainable ecological agriculture. We use only organic methods with a long term outlook so that what we produce is both healthy for you and the land. Long rotations and a broad diversity of crops ensure that the land stays in balance. (more...)


F.A. Farm

  Ferndale, WA

We are a small farm emphasizing sustainable and ethical practices. We focus on direct marketing through on-farm sales and a CSA share program. We have fresh produce for sale year-round but our main season is June through October. Our CSA share program provides you with 17 weekly boxes of fresh, tasty, local produce for $550 (2014 price). (more...)